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Jason Mewes faces drug rehabilitation - or jail




Actor Jason Mewes -- famed for his portrayal of stoner Jay in many Kevin Smith movies -- is facing a choice between drug-rehabilitation or a spell behind bars.
Mewes, 28, appeared before a New Jersey judge who issued the stark choice, after giving himself up on Tuesday and pleading guilty to violating his probation stemming from a 1999 heroin conviction.
Following Tuesday's guilty plea, the actor left the courtroom without talking to reporters, according to the Associated Press.
However, in Mewes' defence, his attorney Peter O'Mara blamed his client's latest legal drama on a "miscommunication" between probation officers in California and Jersey.

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